EuroSimE template for final manuscripts, Microsoft Word

Place Your Title Here, in Bold, Using Initial-Capitals, 12 Point
Place author name(s) here, and here, and here, in 10-point
Place your company name here
Place your company address here
email, phone, etc, as desired
Place abstract here: usually a single paragraph
summarizing the problem, approach, and results that are
in the paper. Print out these instructions before pasting
your paper’s text into this document, so you can refer
back to it. Please consider the “General rules for paper
submission” (as separately provided) before formatting
and saving the document for submission. Do not use any
header, footer or pagination! Note that the margins has
been chosen such that the editors can add an appropriate
footer and pagination when creating the proceedings.
1. Discussion 1 Section Header
A statement of the problem or situation, and the
approach that is taken to resolve it. The second paragraph
in the Section should start with a “line break” (using the
enter/return key), but do not add an extra blank line. The
slight indent will clearly define the paragraphs, and the
“EuroSim Text” Style includes a slight spacing (1 point)
between paragraphs within the Section.
This first Section may also contain a summary of the
past developments and background of what is already
known, and published elsewhere.
This is best
summarized in your own paper, with references to other
publications containing more-extensive discussions of this
background information [1]. The references are placed at
the end of the paper [2, 3].
Remember that you should not re-state material that is
readily available in the archival literature; simply
summarize it, then add a reference or two.
2. Discussion 2 Section Header
Text about initial steps in your preparation and
analysis. You should use the pre-formatted “styles” in the
Word toolbar above: type the Section Header, then select
“EuroSim Section Header” style, above; your Header text
will change to Bold and be left-justified, with spacing
added above and below it. Then hit enter/return; this will
automatically place you in the “EuroSim Text”
style/format for typing the text paragraphs for that
Section. Or, type the text for the section, select all the
paragraphs, and choose the “EuroSim Text” style, above.
Perhaps you have already prepared your manuscript as
a document in Word or in another Word Processor. You
may then copy and paste existing headers and text into
our Word document, then select the Title, Authors,
Section Headers, and Text areas and Apply the
appropriate Style, from the “EuroSim” Styles provided.
Look up the word “style” in the Help system for
Your figures, tables, and diagrams should be placed
within this document, with text placed/flowed around
them. These figures may have been created in a
spreadsheet or graphics program; you should simplify
them so that they are easily readable, and reduce them to
fit into one column (or make them wider, if needed, with
text from the second column flowing around them).
Here’s a potential problem: the printed version of your
paper will be reproduced in black ink on white paper, so
your graphics need to be transformed into monochrome or
gray-scale for this version; colours such as yellow and
blue wil reproduce poorly in a black-and-white book,
though many color images can print well on a
monochrome printer (try it, to see). Black line artwork
will reproduce well. However, figures such as glossy
photographs will need to be half-toned (this will be done
by the printer).
Now, for the CD-ROM version of your paper, we
prefer to have colour figures and graphics, where
appropriate; these will be viewable in color through the
CD-ROM’s browser (Acrobat Reader), but you should
assure that they will be understandable when printed on a
Black and white printer.
3. Discussion 3 Section Header
Text about the next steps in your analysis
4. Conclusions
Place conclusions here.
Place acknowledgments here, if needed.
1. Downey, D. F. et al, Ion Implantation Technology,
Prentice-Hall (New York, 1993), pp. 65-67. [A book
reference …]
2. Wasserman, Y, “Integrated Single-Wafer RP
Solutions for 0.25-micron Technologies,” IEEE
Trans-CPMT-A, Vol. 17, No. 3 (1995), pp. 346-351.
[A reference to a journal article …]
3. Shu, William K., “PBGA Wire Bonding
Development,” Proc 46th Electronic Components and
Technology Conf, Orlando, FL, May. 1996, pp. 219225.
[A reference to a presentation at a
General rules for papers for the EUROSIME conference proceedings
Submission of a paper:
1. Electronic submission
The paper must be electronically submitted preferably
as an Adobe Acrobat PDF-file.
Submission by uploading to the EuroSimE website
File name: please avoid spaces and special characters in
the file name. Make sure it has only one single dot, so
that the file extension can be recognized without
ambiguity by the upload system.
2. Hardcopy
Hard copy is NO longer required
The Adobe Acrobat PDF-file format
For various word processor files the layout appears to be printer dependent. As a consequence a word processor file that
is well formatted for your printer can be badly formatted for our PDF-printer.
Using Adobe Acrobat PDF-Writer as your default printer, when creating your document, can circumvent this problem.
Printing to Adobe Acrobat PDF-Writer will create a PDF-file of your document. PDF-files can be opened by PDFreader. The layout then appears to be printer independent.
For authors having Adobe Acrobat PDF-Writer
Set PDF-Writer as your default printer before
formatting your document.
Format the document as described under
“document layout”
Please check the following settings
of the Acrobat PDFWriter:
Page set-up:
 Page size: A4
 Format:
 Graphics: Resolution: 600 dpi
Acrobat PDFWriter font embedding:
 Embed all fonts (including math, asiatic)
Acrobat PDFWriter compression:
 General settings:
Compress text and vector graphics
Recalculate graphics
 Colour / greyscale images:
Compression with JPEG low or none
 B/W images:
Compression with CCITT group 4
Finally select Acrobat 5.0 (PDF 1.4)
compatibility (in PDF printer settings “Options
Adobe PDF”)
Document layout
Your document should be formatted for A4 paper format, according to the subsequent rules, before creating the PDF
file of the document.
Do not create your document on "letter format" paper and try to resize it for A4 paper. The editors have learned in
previous years that this can give severe problems in creating the proceedings
Note: the proceedings will be printed in black and white, meaning that your pictures will be reproduced with grey
nuances. Only the CD version and the files available from IEEE Xplore will reproduce your PDF document with color
Document layout specification
A4-paper format
Text width (including space between columns)
17 cm
Total text height
24 cm
Text upper margin
2 cm
Text left margin
2 cm
Text columns
Space between columns
0,5 cm
Header from edge:
0 cm
Footer from edge: :
0 cm
None !!!!!!!!
None !!!!!!!!
None !!!!!!!!
(these elements will be automatically added by
ourselves during book composition)
Text font for ASCII characters Times New Roman
Text font for NOT ASCII characters
standard Msword fonts
Font size text 10 Points regular
Font size title 12 Points bold
Font size authors 10 Points regular
Line spacing single
Empty lines between title en writer
Empty lines between writer en body 1
Minimum number of pages
Maximal pages 8
Resolution PDF format 600 dpi
Final Check on layout
After having created the PDF-file, please open the PDF and print it on your printer (with scaling set to 100%).
Check the length (24 cm) and width (17 cm) and its position (left margin 2 cm, upper margin 2cm).
Please only submit documents that fulfill the requirement (see figure 1)
Figure 1: Requested layout of text area and margins
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